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. they are antiinterventionist, antigoing into these unnecessary wars like iraq and afghanistan and libya. they are all fed up with that. they don't want to fight in ukraine. they don't want to fight in crimea. you saw last summer when obama was going to attack syria, air and missile strikes because of their chemical weapons, the american people rose up as one to stop it cold and they did. the elites john in washington, d.c. of both partys are deeply interventionist, but the american people are antiwar and antiinterventionists, but not isolationists. >> i don't know if you consider obama administration as the elites. he kept us out of wars. i totally agree with that. but after two wars that the american people perceive we lost and an economy that was tanked and pouring money into iraq which is now plunged back into civil war and into afghanistan, which may be better, but it's not a trillion dollars better and these young men and women coming home and no jobs for them, can you blame the american people for saying let's pay attention to home here for a while? >> let mort in. >> i think if you try to take the te
, different story at conoco-philips, a boost in production even at operations in libya, shares were higher by a percentage point today. >>> and telecom giant at&t approaching directtv about combining forces in a deal that could really shake up how you watch television, shares of at&t were up a fraction lower, but directtv shares shot up 4%. morgan brennan has more now on the proposed deal and how it could change the entire pay tv landscap landscape. >> reporter: well, neither at&t or directtv is commenting on the possible merger, such a deal could alter the pay tv landscape, if the $400 billion purchase wins regulatory approval. it is on the edge of major changes and this deal would only help to accelerate the transform ags. >> i think you're seeing every different product segment, which will probably force a lot of these companies, the incumbents to consolidate. >> directtv is the second largest paid tv operator in the united states, second only to comcast. together they would claim nearly 27 million customers, compared to 37 million that comcast would service. such a deal would enable th
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